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Check your software settings and make sure that the print type is 'direct thermal'. If your software package requires the use of a Windows driver, also make sure that the driver is set for direct thermal printing.
Check your software settings and make sure that the print type is 'thermal transfer'. If your software package requires the use of a Windows driver, also make sure that the driver is set for thermal
Check to see if there is any dirt on the ribbon spindle gears or on the ribbon motors. For the latter
you will need to remove the electronics cover. If there is dirt in either of these areas, try vacuuming around the motors and/or the spindles to remove as much of the dirt as possible. [IMPORTANT:
Make sure your printer is turned OFF when you vacuum the motors. Keep away from the main logic board.]
Posted on Sep 07, 2010
What is the model number of your Mitsubishi printer?
Posted on Sep 06, 2010
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